Miami Crash Pads in South Beach
The Evelyn is a lovely crash pad operated by the Blocked INN in Miami's South Beach area. This Miami Beach crashpad is 1 block from the Lincoln Rd Mall.
Entrance of Miami crash pad for pilots
A well kept property and inviting entrance to this lovely crash pad operated by the Blocked INN Miami.
Crashpad has fireplace
SWEET!!!!! This crashpad in South Beach has a fake fireplace! You know...for those day you pretend to cold in South Florida!
(MIA) Miami CrashPads for Pilots
The Evelyn has a full size kitchen so pilots perpare their own meals without the expense of eating out all the time.
Miami Crash Pad has Hi-Def TV's
All of our Miami crash pads include high definition televisions with premium cable and movie channels for no extra charge. FREE WiFi too!
Clean bathrooms at our MIA crashpads
Having a clean bathroom is important to us. You can tell alot about how well a crash pad is managed by the cleanliness of the bathrooms.
Crash pads Miami (MIA) FL: The Evelyn
The Blocked INN has a lovely crash pad for airline pilots in the heart of Miami’s South Beach. This is 1 of 3 crash pads in the Miami area managed by the “Blocked INN”. In addition to being located within walking to distance to Miami’s famous South Beach, The Blocked INN at the Evelyn is also near South Beach’s shopping, dining, and entertainment district. If you’re an airline pilot looking for a great place to crash while based in MIA, then consider the Blocked INN for upscale crash pad accommodations.
Why pilots choose this upscale crash pad accommodation?
- Nicely furnished and decorated.
- Crash pad has fully equipped kitchen.
- Flat screen television with cable, movie channels, and WiFi(Wireless Internet)included.
- All bedding, linens, and towels included.
- Great restaurants, shopping, and beaches within walking distance.
Call Blocked INN to schedule a tour today: 407-497-9808
Check out our other Miami Crash Pad!
The Hudson – Crash Pad in Miami
We have two (2) crash pads in Miami. Check out our other crash pad called “The Hudson” today.